BioChef Atlas Whole Slow Juicer PRO – 300W / 45 RPM, Wide Feed Juicer, Masticating Cold Press Juicer – LIFETIME Motor Warranty (White) for reviews

If you and your family settle for nothing less than the freshest, most appetizing juice, many of the brand names available today won’t satisfy you.

  BioChef Atlas Whole Slow Juicer PRO – 300W / 45 RPM, Wide Feed Juicer, Masticating Cold Press Juicer – LIFETIME Motor Warranty (White) is the good model to choose.

Creating fresh fruit juices at home, produced from vegetables and fruits, is the way. But hard vegetables need more energy than a blender can offer.


BioChef Atlas Whole Slow Juicer PRO - 300W / 45 RPM, Wide Feed Juicer, Masticating Cold Press Juicer - LIFETIME Motor Warranty (White)


Product deatil

Band : Bio Chef

PERFORMANCE: New, improved and larger press screw, 300Watt industrial induction motor, dishwasher-safe parts and new high-quality design! Juicing has never been so easy!
JUICE AS EASY AS NEVER BEFORE: With the XXL filler neck you can now juice whole types of fruit and vegetables without laboriously chopping. Apples, carrots, celery, tomatoes, cucumber, beetroot etc. are juiced in no time.
VERSATILE: Contains 3 different sieves (fine, coarse and sorbet) made of BPA-free Tritan. Ideal for the preparation of cold-pressed juices, refreshing sorbets, creamy nut butters, milk alternatives such as nut / soy / grain milk and much more.

Masticating juicer vs centrifugal

Most people who are fond of fresh juices do so with the idea that they would like to use ingredients such as kale, spinach, broccoli, and chard, to name a few. These leafy vegetables get the hype that presses how wonderful they are about nutrition benefits.

The central part that does all the work of a masticating juicer is known as the cochlea. It looks like a giant auger. As the food moves along the auger, it grinds and breaks the pulp. It is then moved further down towards, where immense pressure builds up. At this point, the pulp is squeezed to separate the masticating juicer. It is pretty simple, quiet, and it’s perfect for leafy objects. The pulp that comes out of the masticating is usually relatively dry. The juice contains less air which can lead to oxidation.

Masticating juicer vs centrifugal juicer

How many of you before buying a juice extractor or a juicer, wondered which of the two was better? I am almost sure that 90% are afflicted by this doubt. Still, today I will try to clarify your ideas with some consideration about it and as usual the pros and cons of both appliances.

Differences between masticating juicer and centrifuge

Power: The centrifuges have a capacity of about 1000 W, while the masticating varies between 200-400 W, this does not mean that the former consumes more electricity, as consumption also depends a lot on how much they are used and how much the motor strives to power the appliance. Having more ability, a centrifuge will extract the juice in about 5 minutes, while a masticating in about 15 minutes.

Extraction speed: The Masticating juicers use motors with velocities between 40 and 100 rpm, while the centrifuges also reach 15,000 rotations per minute. Usually extracting the juice from fruit and vegetables more slowly tends to have better results in terms of yield and flavor, not quality. So even at such high speeds, the enzymes are not destroyed, since the temperature inside the centrifuge never exceeds 45-50 degrees, the temperature at which they begin to beat.

 

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